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Sun, Mar 29, 2015 12:35 PM
From teensy mouse lemurs to lemurs with freakishly long fingers, we're celebrating some weird yet cute and entirely underrepresented lemur species.
A new study reveals the global pace of plastic pollution, where it's coming from, and how we might start to stem the tide.
Rising temperatures will play a bigger part in the forthcoming drought than a lack of rain or snow.
Just a little something beautiful to kick off a weekend centered around love.
The newly unearthed creatures given scientists new insights into the types of environments mammals may have thrived in during the Jurassic Period.
Photovoltaic cells convert the sun's energy into electricity — but what if solar energy could instead be converted directly into liquid fuel?
Merrimack, New Hampshire, police want to chat with the furry marmot about the record-breaking snow.
Humans persevere in the most inhospitable climates — and there’s plenty to learn from them.
There's nothing so awe-inspiring as seeing what Earth looks like from hundreds of miles above.
The stars have always been fascinating. But in case you've forgotten to take notice of them, here's your inspiration to look up.
Despite looking quite large, the cometary globule is fairly small, astronomically speaking.
Scientists are not sure what caused these releases of carbon dioxide, with theories ranging from changes in ocean currents to more active underwater volcanoes.
Google to finance upgrades to wind farm that will save thousands of birds' lives.
The long-delayed space monitor is expected to last at least only a couple of years, but could keep an eye on solar storms for up to five.
This snowy, decaying suburban mall is definitely an eerie sight, but it's also a poignant representation of how our society has changed in just a few years.
In the largest agreement of its kind, Apple buys enough solar to power its entire California operation.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.